In this course Singapore Math is used to build understanding of how non-cognitive factors contribute to academic success and how to develop these skills in your own child. Parents are then able to ensure that their child develops interest, motivation and strong learning behaviours.
Challenging work that requires effort builds learning behaviours
Repetition is work that increases in difficulty and complexity
Learning to tolerate confusion
Learn to fail well and use failure as a tool
Aim for mastery
Emotional control over learning
Additionally this course is ideal to understand preparation for scholarship or select school testing and as a program to get girls interested in and achieving in math.
The weekend of May 6th and 7th (1.30pm – 5pm Saturday and Sunday)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0402090621 to register